which i think frankly the democratic party continues to milk this issue, and manipulate women, as single-issue voters and say all you care about is abortion, whatever their views are on abortion, women care about every issue. in the end, the platform, frankly, doesn't mean much. the republican party has pro-choice republicans, just like the democratic party has pro-life democrats. the republican party platform hasn't changed. todd akin should go. his comments were about rape, not about abortion. and the republican party did the right thing in repudiating him almost universally. >> but doris, as many republicans as may agree with carly, the reality is that there are also not just democratic women, there's republican women who not only hear about a todd akin but who hear about the platform on abortion, or hear about some of these other issues, and frankly say, look, this is just a party that's out of step with where i am. that's the challenge that you see. >> i mean, i think in the end, platform does matter.